The Sam Sharpe Lecture 2021
'Setting The Captives Free – forging the paths to freedom'
Sam Sharpe Lectures in conjunction with House of Commons presented this lecture delivered by Amanda Khozi Mukwashi, CEO of Christian Aid on Thursday 21 October.
Amanda Khozi Mukwashi
has devoted more than 25 years to working on poverty alleviation, tackling injustice and inequalities. She has worked in both intergovernmental and non-governmental spaces, bringing in-depth experience from across the development sector. She is the Chief Executive Officer of Christian Aid, leading development and humanitarian interventions in Africa, Asia and the Middle East, Latin America and the Caribbean. Amanda has also served with the United Nations under the United Nations Volunteer programme in Germany, as Chief, Volunteer Knowledge and Innovation and Chief of Advisory Services.
Prior to this, she worked for VSO International, the Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa in Zambia and for the UNFPA Zambia Country support programme on Gender, Population and Development. She has served as a trustee for Bond and as President of Akina Mama wa Afrika.
Amanda is a published author. But Where Are You Really From?
is her first book. She has a Master’s degree in International Economic Law from the University of Warwick and a Bachelor of Laws degree from the University of Zambia.
Click below to watch a recording of the lecture.